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Ulice Ankh-Morporku: podrobný, a možná dokonce přesný plán proslulého města planety Zeměplocha (Discworld Maps)

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Ankh-Morpork! Město tisíce překvapení (jak praví cestovní příručka cechu obchodníků)! Obsahuje tisíce lidských životů. I když některé z nich, pokud se omylem pustí nevhodnou uličkou, někdy jen velmi krátce!

Město oslavované v knihách Terryho Pratchetta o Úžasné Zeměploše bylo poprvé s úzkostlivou pečlivostí zmapováno. Najdete tam všechna známá místa - od Neviditelné univerz
Published 1996 by Talpress (first published November 4th 1993)
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Rezension zu diesem Buch und The Discworld Mapp: Being the Onlie True and Mostlie Accurate Mappe of the Fantastyk and Magical Dyscworlde:

Zuerst ein paar Worte zum Aufbau der Bücher: Es ist jeweils eine zusammengefaltete Karte und ein kleines Booklet in einem gemeinsamen Einband.

Die Booklets enthalten Berichte dazu, wie es zur Entstehung der jeweiligen Karte kam (sowohl von Pratchett als auch von Briggs). “The Discworld Mapp” enthält darüber hinaus noch einen Text über die bekanntesten Entdecker
G.r.s. Hjelm
It's fun to clear the floor, spread this out, get a magnifying glass, and play-pretend you're an explorer of Ankh-Morpork.
Just remember to bring a little insurance, like a brick in a sock or an armed troll.
Geoff Gander
I love maps, and this one faithfully lay out Ankh-Morpork in all of its slightly sticky and more than a little suspicious glory. A must-have for the serious Pratchett fan.
Colorful, detailed, and beautifully rendered map of Ankh-Morpork. The great thing about the Discworld novels is that the whole world is so fully realized in Pratchett's head, and it's nice to now have a map to get around the place. I'm tempted to take it out and frame it for our wall of maps, but it's glued into the binding pretty well.

Includes a key and two introductions, one from Pratchett himself and one by Stephen Briggs, for whom we have to thank for bringing this project to fruition. A mu
Fi °♥° LoveMoonStars
The Discworld Map by Stephen Briggs and Terry Pratchett has a one million population and will be my first read of the Discworld (many books!) from Terry Pratchett.

This detailed outlined and very funny map took over a year to be published.. Can you imagine that? The map has even a landing place for dragons!
Marcus with a C
A great little companion to the Discworld novels taken place in Ankh-Morpork. It's too big though to read it on the train or bus. Best used in the warmth of your home.
Fantastic map, a really great one that adds a lot of things when youre reading Pratchetts works about the city watch for example.
Natasha Glerup
Nice map of Ankh-Morpork. Good or complementing some of the Discworld novels.
C integral part of the wall in my dining room xD
Iain Watson
The Streets of Ankh Morpork by Terry Pratchett (1993)
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